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MS Excel - Level 3
with Michael Stephens
This one-day workshop builds on the concepts and skills learned in the Level 1 and 2 courses. We’ll tackle some of the advanced tools for solving real-world problems in MS Excel, such as lookup and decision-making functions, auditing and error-handling, array functions, date and text functions, importing and exporting, what-if-analysis, and macros. This class is perfect for students wanting to use Excel to perform real-world tasks such as retrieving and handling information from large amounts data, from sources inside and outside Excel; creating output that varies according to conditions; manipulating dates and text; and automating repetitive tasks. Familiarity with computers, Microsoft Windows, and completion of MS Excel Levels 1 and 2 are needed for this class.
Explore the Art of the Birth of Modernism (Impressionism & Post-Impressionism): Lecture Series
with Lee Lane
This 2-day course will discuss the development of art during the 19th century, including the evolution of Impression and beyond. We’ll use PowerPoint presentations and lecture to delve into this interesting topic!
with Melissa Martin
Is a conversation that you're not having keeping you from getting the results you desire? If so, you may be avoiding a crucial conversation; a discussion between two or more people where stakes are high, opinions vary, and emotions run strong. Based on the bestselling Crucial Conversations book by Vital Smarts, this course teaches the skills and necessary practice for having those difficult conversations.
Presentation Software Skills
with Michael Stephens
This 1-day class will cover the basic concepts, skills, and ideas on how to use visual presentation software as a tool for more engaging and successful delivery of knowledge. Topics covered will include an overview of popular platforms, using templates to polish the appearance and save time, organizing content, collaboration, using multimedia to increase engagement, and other essential presentation tips to keep your audience’s attention. This class is for those with little to no presentation software experience, and those looking to expand and sharpen their existing skills.
Don’t miss your chance to register with our $99 introductory price! Spring 2024 ONLY!
CPR & First Aid
with Kory Allen
The HeartSaver Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course will teach you the foundation for saving lives due to cardiac arrest. You'll learn the necessary skills to provide effective cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) for victims of all ages and in a wide variety of settings. This course focuses on what healthcare rescuers need to know to perform CPR, both as a single rescuer and as part of a multi-rescuer team. You will also learn how to correctly respond to choking emergencies and how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
Certification will be issued after successful completion of the class.
with Toby Lyles
Thinking about a new side hustle? Have a podcast idea but don’t quite know where to start? After this full-day class you'll know that and more! We’ll cover location considerations, equipment requirements, software editing options (and how to use them), and of course, HOW to record great podcasts. Finally, we’ll delve into publishing your podcasts on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Taught by an industry veteran that’s been involved in over 50 million downloads, get the information you need to make your podcasts explode!
If you have equipment feel free to bring it, but it’s not required.
Film Appreciation - Horror Films
with Shannon Cooper
This class will cover the basic components of the horror genre, such as the different types of horror, who lives, who dies, and whether or not the bad guy wins. We’ll also delve into the social and psychological reasons of why people love horror films, as well as what “problems” they are trying to solve. Join us and explore the logic of horror!
Introduction to Photography
with Jessica Johnson
Do you love taking pictures but want to make them more professional? Maybe you just wish you knew more about the different settings and options and how they affect your images? Either way, this class is for you! It will start with the basics – camera fundamentals – and move onto details. We’ll cover aperture, shutter speed, and ISO (shooting in manual mode), as well as the different camera settings, including indoors vs outdoors. Crop sensors vs full frame sensors will be discussed, along with the differences between DSLR and mirrorless cameras. If you have a camera please bring it, but having one isn’t required for the class.